Cooking – The Different Ways To Enjoy Cooking


For the individual just starting out in the kitchen, or someone looking to broaden their cooking resume, learning to cook a different ethnic cuisine is a great and fun way to taste new flavors and learn about different cultures. Each type of cuisine has it’s own characteristics; Mexican is known for being very spicy, French for being very rich. To choose which type of cuisine you want to learn, listen to your palette. Look through cookbooks and determine which sounds good. After you’ve chosen one, there are a myriad of different ways to approach the learning process.

Cooking classes are often the most thorough way to learn and understand a type of cuisine and the culture it comes from. Whether you take a class on a Saturday afternoon to get the basics, or once a week for a few months, the class is sure not to disappoint. Learning from a master teacher and listening to other students can be invaluable experience.

Cookbooks are another great way to pick up the characteristics of different types of cuisines and the region that inspired them. These specialty cookbooks are often packed with many great pictures of the country and landscape, and offer examples of traditional cooking.

1. Southern cooking is a fun food to learn to cook; it consists of ingredients local to the South, especially cornmeal. African Americans have had a great influence on Southern cuisine using ingredients such as okra, black-eyed peas, sweet sorghum, and watermelons.

2. Home cooking is also another type of food closely associated with Southern food. It is meant to bring people back to that feeling of youth, “just like mom used to make”. This is often the easiest type of cooking to master, as it is often the food and ingredients that you grew up with. What’s also fun about home cooking is that it varies depending upon the region; what’s considered home cooking in New England is vastly different from home cooking in New Mexico.

3. Another method of cooking is the once a month technique. This works especially well for busy moms who don’t want to spend time cooking every night of the month. The cook spends one entire weekend cooking and then freezing meals for the rest of the month long. Nearly anything can be frozen with good freezer bags.

4. Vegetarian and vegan cooking is another popular way to prepare food. While it may have been difficult in the past, nearly anything can now be substituted for meat or dairy to make a vegetarian recipe.

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Here are the many different ways I enjoy bananas.

I have done mono-island with bananas several times in the past. Mono Island is where you eat one type of fruit exclusively for a set number of days.

You could imagine that eating only one type of fruit for several days would bring you to a point where you got pretty creative with that fruit. So I have come up with several ways to eat the plain ‘ole banana that all taste different!

1. Simply peel and eat.

2. Slice and eat. Trust me, the simple act of slicing up a fruit rather than just biting it gives it a whole different taste and feel.

3. Warm and thick banana smoothie. Take ripe bananas and blend them up in the blender with a small amount of water and presto! A warm banana smoothie.

4. Banana Milk. For this you blend up bananas with quite a bit of water to give it a thin consistency like milk. It’s best if you throw in one frozen banana to chill the milk. This is a great drink to give to children!

5. Banana Cereal. Chop up bananas into bite sized pieces then pour banana milk over it for a banana cereal!

6. Banana Milkshake. My FAV!! Blend up 6-8 fresh bananas with 3-5 frozen bananas for a thick and creamy milkshake.

7. Banana Ice Cream. Take 4 frozen bananas and process them in the food processor until they become like soft serve banana ice cream!

As you can see there are so many different ways you can enjoy one single fruit! This is exciting for us raw vegans because that means lots of variations no matter the season ­čśë

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User Reviews and Comments

  1. RS says

    just tried slicing them into thin layers and made an apple-strudel-like thingy. the mixture in between was just freshly squeezed lemonjuice+water with cinnamon. good heavens, it was delicious!´╗┐

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  2. Laura Markham (fruitsnatcher) says

    another way to make banana ice cream/sorbet: blend ripe bananas, pour into bowl and freeze. It is a really different consistency of ice cream! ┬áSo yummy!´╗┐

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  3. Courtney Charles says

    I couldn't believe you could share so many ways to eat JUST bananas! Toward the end I realized you could also use the frozen banana shake and freeze it into freeze pops and have frozen banana pops. ­čÖé What other mono islands have you done? I have often thought of doing an avocado island.´╗┐

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  4. Alexandra R. says

    Oh wow! Did you just do short HIIT workouts when eating that much? I average 2000 calories a day and exercise about 1-2 hours a day and I don't see any results (I've been 80/10/10 for 1.5 years) and don't have anywhere near the muscle definition and leanness you do, haha. ­čÖé Do you think I should eat more & exercise less?

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